Whats the point of a curved graph, when theres no damn vert?
Stupid post brah.
I would agree with everything but JSON. It goes next to AJAX and RESTful
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@Chris oh no, json is much more than just ajax. look at mongodb (technically they are using bson, but same concept).
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It’s a shame that the vertical axis legend has been put at the bottom. This works fine as an X-Y chart with Project Manager’s view as X (Scale: -1 x (Comfort level)) and “Developer’s View” as Y (Scale: Excitement level).
I don’t know why Erlang is in the Executive No Fly Zone, Ericsson and other telecoms companies actually use it in their telecoms infrastructure products.
and c is in which level ????
You probably mean ‘Amazon EC2’
The graph succeeds conveying the joke – diametrically opposed interest & knowledge of developers versus managers. No other industry than software development has suffered greater discrepancy. As entertainment value increases for developers, the security level for managers decreases cuz most don’t understand what they manage and are in there for the wrong reasons – mainly for political control to satisfy their egos and financial gain with minimum intellectual effort.
HAHAHA I came here from the Twitter updates from the Blogger PM Rick Klau :D I thing that he is now in middle of Zone of comfort and Zone of progress but the older Blogger users and devs we are in Zone WTF the new template designer (-1 than Zone of boredness) Fun graph!
I notice that ancient languages like squeak smalltalk and solutions based on them are off the charts… http://www.seaside.st http:squeak.org http://www.pharo-project.org/home …
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